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in from san francisco. big delays in the airports today in san francisco. the first storm now moving in towards the higher elevations bringing snow. take a look at this. this upper level disturbance will continue to pull a lot of moisture in here. some areas looking at another 7 to 8 inches of rain. and the snow may be getting up to about 4 to 6 feet across the higher elevations in the mountains. harris? >> harris: apparently old man winter owns a calendar the first day and bam here it. >> thank you. many of the travelers fortunate enough to get home for christmas could find fewer gifts under the tree. delivery companies like u.p.s. and fedex reporting yesterday was the busiest shipping day of the year. just as the storm was hitting the midwest. experts say that might slow down delivery times. but the companies claim they have contingency plans for this sort of thing. so far they are not seeing any major delays due to the snow storm. felony murder. that's what they are calling an explosion in a neighborhood in indiana. the pictures incredible and details on who they arrested today an
to accommodate them. claudia cowan with more live from our san francisco newsroom. claudia? >> harris, the surge is being driven in large part by that country's booming economy. it means for the first time in china's history millions of families can afford to send their children to american colleges and universities. because they are willing to pay full freight, often tens of thousands of dollars in tuition, chinese students are coveted, indeed many u.s. colleges and universities today actively recruit in china. while the influx has led to greater diversity on campus it has also brought challenges, chief among them the language barrier. chinese students have had use-to-use head sets from english to man darr written translation. enrolls hundreds of students china one administrator quit over that school's aggressive recruiting policy. many campuses say they are trying to strike a balance as they work to accommodate some young people coming primarily from one country. >> if you go into a business class and 80% of the students there are chinese, that's not what the chinese wanted and that's not what
was one of them. san francisco, tulsa, a lot of people said that they did have to wait anywhere between 30 minutes to an hour before he they were able to take off and get to their homes. travel officials here tell us that despite the fact that mr. were delays things went fairly well today and they are pleased with how they handled all the delays. jamie? >> jamie: let me ask about. this we should give some information for those who aren't flying how is it looking on the roads and the trains? that's right. you know what? more people are driving than lie flying. according to triple a. over the late last week a lot of those roads were under sleet and snow. in fact, a the love those roadways are just getting cleared so people are just making it home in time for christmas. jamie, back to you. >> jamie: we hope they do. if they are on those roads they shouldn't be driving. merry christmas to you. >> thanks. merry christmas. >> more on your christmas day first alert forecast right now with meteorologist audrey from fox a right here in new york. audrey, great to see you. what can folks expect from
tradition like it is today. that's when the san francisco ballet put the first u.s. production and marketed to families. but the curtain went up on the nutcracker 120 years ago today. now you know the news for this tuesday, december 18. dad's
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